About the Degree
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Economics major course of study is designed to provide critical skills in the management of monetary systems, investments, public policy, banking, and legal issues. The Economics program offers two track options: One in Business Economics (BSBA) and one in General Economics (BS). The Business Economics track requires you to complete the core classes required for all business majors, whereas the General Economics track allows you to concentrate on Economics, then choose additional areas of study either in business or in other areas of social science, public policy, environmental sciences and virtually any other combination of disciplines of interest to you.
What You'll Learn
- The successful student will be able to understand both macro and micro economic concepts and theories
- The successful student will develop the requisite quantitative skills necessary to perform economic analysis.
- Conduct research in the relevant economic literature.
This Degree is Great for You if:
You want to know more about banks, government agencies, stockholders, suppliers, businesses, etc.
You want to apply the study of economics to other wide areas of study in which you have a particular interest.
You want economics to be one half of a double major.
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Accreditations and Memberships:
*This accrediting body covers our Business Administration degree and does not apply to Bachelors of Science - Economics.